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Table 2 Distribution of responses to the ICECAP-O instrument (n = 82)

From: The relationship between quality of life, health and care transition: an empirical comparison in an older post-acute population

  Outpatient Rehab (n = 53) Transition Care (n = 29) Total (n = 82)
Attachment    
I can have all of the love and friendship that I want 34 (64.2%) 13 (44.8%) 47 (57.3%)
I can have some of the love and friendship that I want 13 (24.5%) 12 (41.8%) 25 (30.5%)
I can have a little of the love and friendship that I want 5 (9.4%) 4 (13.8%) 9 (11.0%)
I cannot have any of the love and friendship that I want 1 (1.9%) - 1 (1.2%)
Security    
I can think about the future without any concern 17 (32.1%) 14 (48.3%) 31 (37.8%)
I can think about the future with only a little concern 21 (39.6%) 8 (27.6) 29 (35.4%)
I can only think about the future with some concern 9 (17.0%) 7 (24.1%) 16 (19.5%)
I can only think about the future with a lot of concern 6 (11.3%) - 6 (7.3%)
Role    
I am able to do all of the things that make me feel valued 13 (24.5%) 7 (24.1%) 20 (24.4%)
I am able to do many of the things that make me feel valued 20 (37.4%) 8 (27.6%) 28 (34.2%)
I am able to do a few of the things that make me feel valued 15 (28.3%) 9 (31.0%) 24 (29.3%)
I am unable to do any of the things that make me feel valued 5 (9.43%) 5 (17.2%) 10 (12.2%)
Enjoyment    
I can have all of the enjoyment and pleasure that I want 18 (34.00%) 9 (31.0%) 27 (32.9%)
I can have a lot of the enjoyment and pleasure that I want 22 (41.5%) 9 (31.0%) 31 (37.8%)
I can have a little of the enjoyment and pleasure that I want 12 (22.6%) 9 (31.0%) 21 (25.6%)
I cannot have any of the enjoyment and pleasure that I want 1 (1.9%) 2 (6.9%) 3 (3.7%)
Control    
I am able to be completely independent 13 (24.5%) 2 (6.9%) 15 (18.3%)
I am able to be independent in many things 25 (47.2%) 16 (55.2%) 41 (50.0%)
I am able to be independent in a few things 13 (24.5%) 9 (31.0%) 22 (26.8%)
I am unable to be at all independent 2 (3.8%) 2 (6.9%) 4 (4.9%)